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, the baltics and from air from copenhagen to san francisco and it sold out. so we started a great partnership there. copenhagen does around 450 calls per year. we do 65-70. it was great to be invited to that. i guess lastly i would men mention that we had a chance to visit members including the architect for james arm an cruise terminal. it was great to hear from them and they have chose to do the project if they go forward but it's having changes in ownership. i don't know if there is anything i left out, i'm sure i did, but it was a very good visit and as i said it was great to be so widely recognized for our new temperature natural. so really proud of that. >> thank you. >> item on the consent calendar. item 9 a requests contract no. 274 r ventilation upgrade project to extend the contract duration by an additional 184 days to complete the project. >> so moved. >> second. >> is there any public comment? >> otherwise, all in favor? aye. >> resolution no. 1312 pass. >> item to 2nd amendment with san francisco bar pilots protective association around the term of the lease for a space locat
city, chicago to miami, from copenhagen to tokyo. it's my pleasant on behalf of the jazz society a plaque to thank you for keeping our form alive. [ applause ] as the chairman of the economic development committee of the n aacp san francisco branch it is my distinct pleasure to introduce to you our reverend amos brown to present the plaque to mayor brown's unwavering commitment to civil rights. [ applause ] >> thank you richard brown. it's good to see you and thank you dr. parkel. that's all i got. i could listen to him talk all day. that was fantastic. >> christina, would you like to come up again? >> thank you. we have a few special thank yous that we want to wrap the ceremony up with. if vernal, elsie and deanna if you can please come up. we would really appreciate it. and so behalf on the mayor's office we would like to say thank you deeply for your contribution for making these services such a success. >> thank you. >> they are beautiful. >> for you. we have certificates of honor on behalf of the mayor's services. we are good at making certificates of honor. >> thank you. >
between sfo and copenhagen and will take 11 hours. it will be a wide body airbus. sfo now is the 4th united states destination for the airline. >> by the way, 330 jets have two engines and 430's have four. >> lisa argen will tell us about the weather. >> we are starting out with plenty of cloud cover. the low level moisture yesterday has moved out but we are left with plenty of cloud cover. live doppler 7 hd shows just a couple of returns here on the radar but it is mostly what will greet you in the north bay: fog. mild temperatures, in the mid-50's in napa and 56 if livermore and 54 in los gatos. headed out the door, maybe an isolated shower, otherwise, it will be cloudy to start. mid-60's around the bay and upper 60's inland and coast side, upper 60's with sunny breaks in the afternoon with nice afternoon for the giants' home opener and 60 at 1:35 with the clouds and afternoon, and across the southland we will see mild temperatures near 70's in los angeles. leyla gulen has a check on the friday morning commute. is it friday lite? >> absolutely. we are taking a looking a the bay bri
the copenhagen accord and we have raised the temperature by 0.8 degrees c which has caused more damage than scientists expected. the sea ice has declined by a third and the acidity of the ocean has increased by 30 percent and we are seeing dramatic climate events that happen every year. to prevent 2 degrees of c of warming we can burn no more than 656 giga tons of carbon dioxide and that is a billion. fossil fuel corporations currently have 2800 giga tons in their reserves, so comparing 565 to the total reserve is 2800 giga tons and that means that we need to keep 80 percent of the current fossil fuel reserves in the ground. if we do not do that, we will see the dramatic increases in temperatures and we know what will happen if that happens. we currently are using about 31 giga tons of carbon every year. at our current pace we will burn through the 565 limit in 16 years, meaning in 16 years we will have raised the earth's temperature by 2 degrees c, and if we go on beyond that we will be raising the surface temperature by much more than that. clearly, action needs to be taken. and divesting
will be able to fly nonstop between san francisco and copenhagen. it will be the only airline to fly nonstop between the two cities. the airline is expecting 125,000 passengers per year on that route. >>> the google translate feature has reached a new milestone. the mountain view based company says google translate is now doing a record 1 billion translations a day. it can translate in 65 languages and can be used on websites with speech recognition and as a cell phone app. >>> one of a kind auction starts next week in new york and it will feature never seen before items from some of the history's biggest names. >>> and another round of mostly cloudy skies, spotty showers are in the forecast for today but we do have a warmup on the horizon. i'll have a look at what you can expect for your sunday and the extended forecast. !
:55. in health watch, resting heart rate may reveal your life expectancy. doctors out of copenhagen followed men over a 16-year period. the higher a person's resting heart rate the greater risk of death. 81 to 90 beats per minute doubles your chance of dying, higher than 90 triples it. >> researchers at virginia tech found fatigue is the cause of 20% of accidents, they equipped 100 cars to monitor drivers, the people who drive tired are four times more likely to get in a crash or close call. >> if you're watching at this time of the morning you know the feeling. >> and later that night you can't sleep. >> it's scary. >>> an 8-year-old baseball player is reportedly in stable condition days after suffering cardiac arrest during a game. >> the boy collapsed over the weekend after he was hit in the chest by a pitch during a cal ripken league game. the parents of the teammate who were paramedics were at the game and jumped into action. >> a switch was thrown. we went from parents at a baseball game to work mode. >> the boy's parents don't want his name released but even as he was being airlifted to c
copenhagen in denmark and shows how housing can interact with the park. so that the people that are in the housing feel like they are in the park and the people that are in the park see the people living there and creates a incredible diverse and interesting environment. >> so jack mentioned how the parks and open space are going to create a central hub for the bay and water front neighborhoods and we feel the same way about the retail and the importance of the place making in the retail and the streetscape. and at pier 48 it will be the first step in creating the experience for the pedestrians but importantly, and different from other developments that you hear about we are also proposing to maintain a long-term interest in the retail and so we will kurate with the local tours and child care and the bookstore here and there so that the retail experience, as you are walking down the streets, and the parks, is one that is exciting for years to come and not vacant with the store, fully sized. >> and we spent some time talking about what is above grade but i do think that it i
. i said, the olympics? you mean the president obama's to copenhagen to try to get the olympics in chicago. they said he wouldn't get that. and i said i know that. and that made them think that i wasn't on the trip because the vancouver a live picture coming up which wasn't really particularly aware of. a you deny your community about this. i said, well, until now was planning to talk about the vancouver island six. ipomoea side, took my picture, to my colleagues pictures comestible documents into our passport. was not aware we needed a visa to commend your country. i opened it up in the soviet 48 hours to stay in canada fifth. that is as long as our trip was going to be. our speech. we raced up and think it is ahead of on now for beer. the audience had come back larger because of what had taken place. i gave my talk, discussed the vancouver olympics and asked why would people be so concerned? in interest. and everyone was having tea bread before dinner at 6:00. and i sat down quietly in this room at the bed-and-breakfast world the older folks are having their teeth. turn on the
and copenhagen saying they will use the wide-body air bus jets on the transplant tick journey. they planned to fly to san francisco in 2008 but the economy canceled the plans. sfo is now the 4th destination for the airlines. >> did someone just say there could be rain out there? >> yes, we know at at&t park, there is rain. lisa urgen is watching that situation. what do you see? >> good morning to you, live doppler 7 hd shows some returns along 280, redwood city and palo alto, a few areas of light showers and in the higher elevations and across the bay in union city with wet weather, and east palo alto and down around san francisco looking at a few light showers. the pavement is wet, we have some fog, and this afternoon, the clouds will thin out and high temperatures range from the upper 50's on the coast at the bay and mid-60's inland and warmest numbers in the upper 60's. the bay bridge is looking good but we have some fog at 54 if livermore and mild if you are headed out of town the best chance of showers in the mountains and along the northern coast, still a slim chance over the weekend.
and copenhagen next week. the 11 1/2 hour flight will depart san francisco six times a week at 5:35, arriving flights from denmark land at sfo around 2:45 in the afternoon. the airline planned to fly to san francisco back in 2008 but the economy and rising jet fuel prices at the time cancelled those plans. sfo becomes the fourth u.s. destination for sas. >>> coming up next at 6:00, breaking news from san francisco's mission district where an officer-involved shooting investigation is under way. we'll have new details on what led up to the gunfire in a live report. >>> and developing news from the peninsula, where a fuel leak threatens to snarl caltrain service. how bad will delays be? >>> good morning, everyone. thanks for joining us on this sunday, april 7th. i'm carolyn tyler. let's start with a quick first look at our weather with our meteorologist, frances dinglasan, who's in for lisa. >> good morning, everyone. live doppler 7 hd looking for some sprinkles. drizzle this morning could be possible. right now it's pretty quiet, some light rain falling in ukiah but we have a couple of chances
. scandinavian airlines or sas will launch service between sfo and copenhagen. the 11 1/2 hour flight will depart san francisco six times a week at 5:35 p.m. arriving flights pr denmark land at sfo around 2:45 in the afternoon. the airline planned to fly to san francisco back in 2008 but the economy and rising jet fuel prices cancelled those plans. sfo becomes the fourth u.s. destination for sas. >>> one of the most coveted baseball cards in the world has been sold for a record amount. we're talking about the 1909 honus wagner card selling for $2.1 million this weekend. the highest price ever for a card in a public sale. less than 200 of the cards were originally printed, handed out in packs of cigarettes. wagner said he stopped printing the card because he did not want to promote smoking for kids, but some baseball historians say it's because he did not get paid. >>> let's get a final check of the accu-weather forecast. >> all right. in northern california we'll see showers today and if you're heading to and from tahoe, look out for windy conditions as well. partly sunny, though, in los angeles
was one of the four finalists, and president obama and his wife michelle went to copenhagen to argue the case and that's when the president discovered what the effect had been. the olympic committee said i'm sorry, but we can't risk the games, your border system which we believe will harass and reject a lot of athletes. >> michael: that's just amazing. this is the country of give us your tired, give us your poor, but once you get to the border we're going to send you home. but prior to 9/11 there was controversy about whether the federal government should promote tourism to the united states. >> when the republicans gained control of the house in 1994 and as you remember newt gingrich became the speaker there was a clash immediately with his vision of small government versus the clinton white house vision of smart government. and tourism was the completely surprising battleground. president clinton and vice president gore thought the opening of the world with the dawn of the internet travel and tourism was a good bet for increasing the wealth of the united
people will be able to fly nonstop between san francisco and copenhagen. it will be the only airline to fly nonstop between the two cities. the airline expecting 125,000 passengers per year on the route. >>> april is distracted driving month but not everyone is following the law or even needs to. all over the state, chp looking for people talking or texting on their phones while driving but it's not uncommon to see the same officers using and holding their own phones. police and other emergency workers are exempt from the law. school bus drivers also exempt from the hands-free law but they are only allowed to use their phones for work-related situations. u.p.s., the u.s. postal service, fedex and other nonemergency workers are not exempt. like most drivers they are expected to be hands-free. >>> the jackpot starts at $40 million and starting tomorrow california residents can finally get in on the powerball frenzy. reaction from potential buyers and the art exhibit connected to the craze. >>> and diluted drugs for thousands of cancer patients w
's international airport will get busier. scandinavian airlines will offer a new nonstop route to copenhagen, denmark. the airlines will fly the route every day except tuesday. the airline says the bay area is an important growing area for business and leisure travelers. a special ceremony will be held at sfo tomorrow to celebrate scandinavian airlines' new route. >>> you'll love. this powerball coming to california tomorrow. yes, you're going to be able to buy tickets for powerball, which has a jackpot that starts at $40 million. right now it's $60 million. the state has considered adopting powerball in the past but hesitated because california already has mega millions. your odds of winning 1 in 23 million. >>> buying a round of drinks without ever talking to a bartender? the new app that cuts down on your wait time at the bar. next. >>> plus, how hackers are hacking into your smartphone. how you can protect your device. >>> red meat may cause heart disease, but not because of the fat. a new steak-eating study has shown the real culprit behind the increased risk of heart disease is a littl
at them and said, olympics? president obama just went to copenhagen to try to get the olympics in the united states. and that made them think i wasn't telling the truth. are you denying that we are coming here to talk about this? and i said well, until now i wasn't coming to talk about it. they pulled me aside, took my picture, took my colleague's picture, and i opened it up in bed we have 40 hours to stay in canada. that is the longest our trip was going to be. i'm speaking at victoria at the library. thank goodness for canadians. they had all gone out for beers in the audience had come back threefold larger because of what had taken place. i gave my talk and discuss the vancouver olympics and asked why would people be concerned? and interestingly, we stayed at a bed and breakfast and everyone was having tea right before dinner at 6:00 o'clock. and i sat down quietly in his room at the bed-and-breakfast were the folks were having tea and we turn on the news and the first story was about me getting detained and everyone looks over at me and says oh, no. i was just there to give
tomorrow people will be able to fly nonstop between san francisco and copenhagen. it will be the only airline to fly nonstop between the two cities. the airline expecting 125,000 passengers per year on the route. >>> april is distracted driving month but not everyone is following the law or even needs to. all over the state, chp looking for people talking or texting on their phones while driving but it's not uncommon to see the same officers using and holding their own phones. police and other emergency workers are exempt from the law. school bus drivers also exempt from the hands-free law but they are only allowed to use their phones for work-related situations. u.p.s., the u.s. postal service, fedex and other nonemergency workers are not exempt. like most drivers they are expected to be hands-free. >>> the jackpot starts at $40 million and starting tomorrow california residents can finally get in on the powerball frenzy. reaction from potential buyers and the art exhibit connected to the craze. >>> and diluted drugs for thousands of cancer patients who just found out they got a wate
them. i said the olympics? you mean that president obama just went to copenhagen to try to get the olympics in chicago. and they said he didn't get them. i said i know that. i said, you mean the real olympics and that made them think that i wasn't telling the truth because the vancouver olympics were coming up, which i wasn't particularly aware of. are you denying you're coming here to talk about this? and i said, well, until now, i wasn't planning to talk about the vancouver olympics. tie took my picture, took my colleagues' pictures, staples documents into our passport, and i opened it up and said we have 48 hours to stay in canada. that's as long as our trip was going to be. i was speaking at the university of victoria and at the libraire so we raced up and thank goodness for canadians they had all gone out for beer and had come back three-fold larger because of what had taken place. i gave my talk, discussed the vancouver olympics and asked why would people be so concerned? raced over to speak at the university of victoria and we stayed at a bed and breakfast and everybody
in adolescence and young adults as previously thought. university of copenhagen researchers say exposures to pornography via the internet, videos and magazines is just one of many factors that may influence the sexual behaviors of young people. >>> ahead on "starting point," president obama attending a memorial service for the victims of the fertilizer plant explosion. investigators hope to find clues into what caused that blast. we're live in waco next. >>> one of the most anticipated new books, author and journalist brian stelter here live on the scandals surrounding network morning shows. you're watching "starting point." but i wondered what a customer thought? describe the first time you met. you brought the flex in... as soon as i met fiona and i was describing the problem we were having with our rear brakes, she immediately triaged the situation, knew exactly what was wrong with it, the car was diagnosed properly, it was fixed correctly i have confidence knowing that if i take to ford it's going to be done correctly with the right parts and the right people. get a free brake inspect
nonstop flight from copenhagen. the first flight is scheduled to arrive at 2:45. the airport division of the san francisco fire department will perform a water-cannon absolute in honor of the occasion. >>> passengers are becoming less happy with airlines as flights are getting fuller and seats are getting smaller. federal data on airline performance show the customer complaints went up to 20%, despite on-time arrival and mishandled baggage is better. >>> mike rice, this video shows him hitting, kick, taunting some of the players. there will be a meeting to organize the education system. but a lot of people plan to focus questions on the basketball scandal. some want the university president to decide after he decided to put rice on suspension rather than firing him. >>> as congress gets back to work after a two-week recess, immigration reform is high on its agenda. the bipartisan gang of eight senators are due to released proposed regulation -- legislation sometime this week. reportedly it will include a path to sit denship -- sitsenship. it will -
naveian airlines' new nonstop flight from copenhagen. the first flight is scheduled to arrive at 2:45. the airport division of the san francisco fire department will perform a water-cannon absolute in honor of the occasion. >>> passengers are becoming less happy with airlines as flights are getting fuller and seats are getting smaller. federal data on airline performance show the customer complaints went up to 20%, despite on-time arrival and mishandled baggage is better. >>> mike rice, this video shows him hitting, kick, taunting some of the players. there will be a meeting to organize the education system. but a lot of people plan to focus questions on the basketball scandal. some want the university president to decide after he decided to put rice on suspension rather than firing him. >>> as congress gets back to work after a two-week recess, immigration reform is high on its agenda. the bipartisan gang of eight senators are due to released proposed regulation -- legislation sometime this week. reportedly it will include a path to sit denship -- sitsenship. it will -- sitsenship
, but this close to the full monty? he just returned to copenhagen and he's joining us now on the phone. so, you got to explain this one. usually it is taking off the shoes and socks, rolling up the pants, but you, you took it all off. >> this water was a little bit too deep for just the shoes and socks, so i had to take my pants off. i mean, i hit the ball in the water, the ball was halfway above and halfway under the water. this was the 14th hole, the last round, and i was doing all right in the tournament. i wanted to save a shot and i did all right. and, you know, i know it looks quite funny, but i did what i had to and that was the main thing here. >> yeah, it is very funny. did you know that it would be broadcast all over the world and, you know, people would be looking at you in your skivvies? >> definitely not. i saw the video camera and i realized it might be on just the golf channel in europe, but now it is -- i heard it is in thailand and the states and stuff. it is has gone a little bit more crazy than i might have thought it would, but i like putting smiles on people's faces. so i'm
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